Kate is a coach who combines storytelling with coaching to empower women in the workplace.  Stories are a brilliant way of taking yourself slightly out of the emotional centre and regarding it from a distance. It really helps to see the situation more clearly.

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Kate grew up in a theatre family. Her grandfather was an émigré from Poland who started a theatre as a business venture and there they all stayed. Kate’s dad and uncle ran repertory and commercial theatres. Her mum was an actress. Her sister is a theatre company manager, and her husband an actor and her daughter a theatre director.

Kate worked in stage management in repertory theatre for five years then moved to London where she fell into work by luck with the National Theatre and her first job was on a Harold Pinter play with Sir John Gielgud and Sir Ralph Richardson. She worked at the National Theatre, Old Vic, Young Vic and then in musicals. On the 20th Century, Barnum, Camelot, Phantom and latterly at Les Miserables while her twins were small. She was there for nearly 5 years. Company managed the 10th anniversary concert at the Albert Hall and later show called the 25th anniversary concerts of Les Mis and Phantom.

The way you think affects the way you behave, affects the way you feel, affects the outcome. The thought changes, the behavior changes, the feeling changes, and it changes the outcome, and it is actually that simple. ~ Kate

For more information about Kate check out her website.

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